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Page 64 - Congress could make no exception in its favor, as the clause of "the most favored nation" in the treaties in force would be violated, and that the only thing that could be done under the circumstances was to make a treaty of reciprocity when Cuba had a government duly authorized to make such treaty. This department must state that notwithstanding the conditions in which our agriculture is at present, it is a well-known fact that there is a lack of desirable laborers in the district at present being...